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Dr. Charlie J. Carter

Vice President and Chief Structural Engineer

American Institute of Steel Construction , Inc.

Direct Phone: (312) ***-****       

Email: c***@***.org

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American Institute of Steel Construction , Inc.

One East Wacker Drive Ste. 700

Chicago, Illinois 60601

United States

Company Description

The American Institute of Steel Construction, headquartered in Chicago, is a not-for-profit technical institute and trade association established in 1921 to serve the structural steel design community and construction industry. AISC's mission is to make s ... more

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Background Information

Affiliations

Associate Member
National Council of Structural Engineers Associations

Secretary of the AISC Committee On the Code
Standard Practice Committee

Georgia ASCE Recognizes New Life Member
American Society of Civil Engineers

Education

Doctor of Philosophy degree

Civil Engineering

Illinois Institute of Technology

Web References (198 Total References)


Contact Us

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Charlie Carter carter@aisc.org 312.670.5414

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Charlie Carter Vice President & Chief Structural Engineer carter@aisc.org 312.670.5414


Speakers range from AISC's ...

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Speakers range from AISC's Charlie Carter on "What's New with the 2016 Code of Standard Practice" to Cives Steel's Patrick Fortney on "Design of Stability Connections for Beams Used in Steel Seismic Frames."


Steel Code of Standard Practice Becomes American National Standard | 2016-04-27 | ENR

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The code of standard practice is intentionally written "to result in the most efficient arrangement" between the buyer and seller of fabricated structural steel, said Charles J. Carter, AISC's vice president and chief structural engineer. "We also explicitly allow that the specific case may need something different."

But Carter cautioned against deviating significantly from the code in contracts. "We try to discourage self-serving changes based upon a specifier's own singular interest," he said.
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Changes to the 2022 edition of AISC 341 will likely include expanded design provisions for steel-concrete composite systems for shear-walls, said Carter. Last summer, AISC formalized design provisions for the walls, which typically consist of two steel plates with concrete fill, in a supplement to the AISC N690 Nuclear Specification. "We see non-nuclear applications, especially for core systems in buildings," said Carter.
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"We believe the approach will eliminate the drawbacks [of reinforced concrete shear walls] and still provide excellent stiffness and damping," said Carter.


The code of standard practice is ...

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The code of standard practice is intentionally written "to result in the most efficient arrangement" between the buyer and seller of fabricated structural steel, said Charles J. Carter, AISC's vice president and chief structural engineer. "We also explicitly allow that the specific case may need something different."

But Carter cautioned against deviating significantly from the code in contracts. "We try to discourage self-serving changes based upon a specifier's own singular interest," he said.
...
Changes to the 2022 edition of AISC 341 will likely include expanded design provisions for steel-concrete composite systems for shear-walls, said Carter. Last summer, AISC formalized design provisions for the walls, which typically consist of two steel plates with concrete fill, in a supplement to the AISC N690 Nuclear Specification. "We see non-nuclear applications, especially for core systems in buildings," said Carter.
...
"We believe the approach will eliminate the drawbacks [of reinforced concrete shear walls] and still provide excellent stiffness and damping," said Carter.


The code of standard practice is ...

mk-consultinggroup.com [cached]

The code of standard practice is intentionally written "to result in the most efficient arrangement" between the buyer and seller of fabricated structural steel, said Charles J. Carter, AISC's vice president and chief structural engineer. "We also explicitly allow that the specific case may need something different."

But Carter cautioned against deviating significantly from the code in contracts. "We try to discourage self-serving changes based upon a specifier's own singular interest," he said.
...
Changes to the 2022 edition of AISC 341 will likely include expanded design provisions for steel-concrete composite systems for shear-walls, said Carter. Last summer, AISC formalized design provisions for the walls, which typically consist of two steel plates with concrete fill, in a supplement to the AISC N690 Nuclear Specification. "We see non-nuclear applications, especially for core systems in buildings," said Carter.
...
"We believe the approach will eliminate the drawbacks [of reinforced concrete shear walls] and still provide excellent stiffness and damping," said Carter.

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